Trying to find a decent restaurant in Great Falls, Montana is a challenge and this one does nothing to improve the culinary landscape. While the service is very good and the prices moderate the executive chef needs to taste the items on the menu. The addition of alcohol to sauces and some recipes can enhance and provide a subtle layer of flavour. The addition of too much or to the wrong food is just a waste of the alcohol and the food. The latter is unfortunately the case here. Starting with bourbon in the butter which accompanies the slightly warm small loaf of bread at the start, through to its overpowering presence in the spaghetti sauce, "moonshine" would be something best left out of the recipe. From the over abundance of the whisky in the pasta sauce, to the lack of any other moisture (i.e tomato sauce) and excessive amount of ground meat this was one of the worst spaghetti bologneses I have ever tried to eat. The diner next to us did recommend the rib eye but she was taking half of it home in a "doggie bag".
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